Alyson G. Young, Ph.D. - I am an applied biocultural and nutritional anthropologist interested in socioecological determinants of health and human rights, perceptions of environmental risk and resource security, gender and human nutrition. Much of my work is dedicated to using anthropological research to strengthen evidence-based approaches in global health and development practice. I base much of my research in…
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I ordered 2 packs of 2 HDMI 2.0 cables from Amazon. They work rather well. I am using them for a PlayStation 4, a WiiU, an Apple TV 4th gen, and a late 2012 Mac Mini, with of course a 4K Sony Bravia TV 2016 Model with the upscale feature. So far the HDMI for the PS4 makes things look a bit better, sure it's just an HDMI cable but coming from version 1.3, this version 2.0 does the trick very nicely. One last thing I have to mention is, that I like the black color of the cable which matches the back of the TV very nicely.
Need someone to discuss wiring questions. Will appreciate a text at six three one five one three six zero seven zero. Thanks.
This cover was ordered along with Fire 7, it perfectly fitted the tab. Hard corners to hold and protect the screen from edges are of immense value. Magnetic clip at the end keeps it intact when NOT in use. The color is awesome, exactly what it looks like on the screen, highly recommended to purchase and use.
I found Rabbit TV to be one of the oldest yet most cleaver con's conceivable. This scam was almost as good as the tic removal kit being marketed some years ago. The tic removal kit was simply a small vile with an alcohol saturated piece of cotton and a top, the tweezers were your responsibility, millions were made. I purchased the Rabbit TV kit at my local drugstore but before opening the package I scanned the label on the back with my cell phone. I must admit it was not surprising to find that Rabbit TV would in fact NOT replace my cable. After reading most of the reviews, I watched a video of the product, ( and took one of the consumer reviewers advice which was one word, "GOOGLE". If I could give this thing no stars then I would be telling the whole truth. I returned the unopened package to the merchant for a full refund. Buyer Beware, there is never any mercy from crooks especially in a failing economy.
My husband convinced me to get this set. Have used the basinet and car seat (bought separately). The basinet has very soft linning. The red color is really vivid. Seems as all the cloth material is removable (zippers) and washable. I like that the car seat clicks in on its own, not on top of the toddler seat like some other sets. I like that in the future we can have 2 kids on the stroller.
300 watts of power for $100. Pretty good. Order the NK7 for $140 instead of the NK4; it has an HDMI arc input where the NK4 only has optical display and analogue inputs. I had to go out from my 40" Sony TV through the 3.5mm mic output with a 3.5mm to RCA cable. My TV optical display was faulty and the RCA ports are for input only. Be careful about these compatibility details. Two thumbs up on value for the dollar.